Should UK Gov. organize a NEW BREXIT REFERENDUM?

Should UK Gov. organize a NEW BREXIT REFERENDUM?

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  1. David says:

    Not one leaver is asking a remainer to leave against their will, they can remain in the eu if they so wish. The majority of remainers are demanding that those that wish to leave the eu do so against their will, against a free democratic vote and against statutory law like some kind of fourth reich, that is wholly unacceptable in a civilised society.

  2. Dave Copeland says:

    A lot of these MP’s don’t seem to understand that the people didn’t vote for a ‘deal’ with the EU…we voted to leave, plain and simple. The mess we are in is purely down to those MP’s who still do NOT ACCEPT the democratic result of the referendum. These people are a disgrace to themselves, their families, their constituents and their country, and in a bygone era would surely have been hung for treason. You want a public vote on the deal? Fine. To respect the 2016 result to leave, which remoaning MP’s say they do, then by default ‘remain’ cannot therefore be considered. Neither can any soft deal which keeps us tied to the EU in any way. This leaves us with Canada+++ vs WTO. Remoaners say that we have more ‘facts’ now about what leaving really means. I say we voted for LIBERTY, SOVEREIGNTY and INDEPENDENCE. These facts haven’t changed.

  3. paula says:

    What will actually happen if we stay in the EU and has already been agreed. Check it out if you wish:

    1: The UK along with all existing members of the EU lose their abstention veto in 2020 as laid down in the Lisbon Treaty when the system changes to that of majority acceptance with no abstentions or veto’s being allowed.
    2: All member nations will become states of the new federal nation of the EU by 2022 as clearly laid out in the Lisbon treaty with no exceptions or veto’s.
    3: All member states must adopt the Euro by 2022 and any new member state must do so within 2 years of joining the EU as laid down in the Lisbon treaty.
    4: The London stock exchange will move to Frankfurt in 2020 and be integrated into the EU stock exchange resulting in a loss of 200,000 plus jobs in the UK because of the relocation. (This has already been pre-agreed and is only on a holding pattern due to the Brexit negotiations, which if Brexit does happen the move is fully cancelled but if not and the UK remains a member it’s full steam ahead for the move.)
    5: The EU Parliament and ECJ become supreme over all legislative bodies of the UK.
    6: The UK will adopt 100% of whatever the EU Parliament and ECJ lays down without any means of abstention or veto, negating the need for the UK to have the Lords or even the Commons as we know it today.
    7: The UK will NOT be able to make its own trade deals.
    8: The UK will NOT be able to set its own trade tariffs.
    9 The UK will NOT be able to set its own trade quotas.
    10: The UK loses control of its fishing rights
    11: The UK loses control of its oil and gas rights
    12: The UK loses control of its borders and enters the Schengen region by 2022 as clearly laid down in the Lisbon treaty
    13: The UK loses control of its planning legislation
    14: The UK loses control of its armed forces including its nuclear deterrent
    15: The UK loses full control of its taxation policy
    16: The UK loses the ability to create its own laws and to implement them
    17: The UK loses its standing in the Commonwealth
    18: The UK loses control of any provinces or affiliated nations e.g.; Falklands, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar etc
    19: The UK loses control of its judicial system
    20: The UK loses control of its international policy
    21: The UK loses full control of its national policy
    22: The UK loses its right to call itself a nation in its own right.
    23: The UK loses control of its space exploration program
    24: The UK loses control of its Aviation and Sea lane jurisdiction
    25: The UK loses its rebate in 2020 as laid down in the Lisbon treaty
    26: The UK’s contribution to the EU is set to increase by an average of 1.2bn pa and by 2.3bn pa by 2020

  4. Ralph Wade says:

    I am confident that if it had been predicted that Martial Law would follow Brexit, that armed troops would quell food and fuel riots, that stockpiles of small arms were being put together to be issued to the ordinary on the street Bobby ……some clot would say “scaremongering” and weep with laughter at the prediction……ha ha ha……

  5. Anna D says:

    I have voted as have quite a few others, yet leave means leave is still showing at 50% Do you really think people are that stupid? Please just accept more people are getting immune to this bullshit!!!

  6. Kenneth Bardsley says:

    Of course we need a new referendum. The one of 2016 has been superseded by events, and the 2016 one was in any event so fraudulent that the result cannot be accepted or respected in any way.

  7. Robert Forbes says:

    The remain campaign spent millions on staying in the EU before any campaigns started yes the leave overspent but so did remain but that was quickly covered up & excuses (reasons) made. The money not going to NHS has 2 reasons one we’re still in EU
    2 / 39 billion promised to EU other reasons migrants still pouring in which in turn pushes wages down
    This is promoted by big business who then move money about to pay less tax
    Businesses then get grants wait 2/3 years then move business to another EU country
    Countries have to put out tenders to other EU countries to get things done ship’s, passports, military equipment, trains
    most of these have either closed or are owned by another EU country check facts
    As for drug shortages that would move to WTO rules the main difference we would have is you would longer waits to get them as the ports operated by the French would slow everything up as they do this is why other ports are being opened so people would have to use a passport I see no problem with that.

  8. Rick says:

    Best plan. Government to apologise for the mess we are in. State categorically no deal is not sensible.. revoke A50 job done.

  9. B J B says:

    People need to understand that by having a futile re -vote (referendum) will only divide the country further and can only lead to social unrest with new faction groups rising … I believe that the vast majority of the country has no confidence in any party and that all parties should all be dissolved with an electorate to have a say to establish real and honest politicians who would be representative of the people for the people an new order and apocalypse of new genesis in representation for the people ….I put myself forward as a new conception of government of a peoples party for the people regardless of ethnicity, disability, ability, religion or beliefs…time for change … just saying ,,

  10. Sam Small says:

    Why Even ask this question..? when we have already answered it! as far as i am concerned we voted! and any New Vote would bring the original results into question…also whats stopping us having a 3rd,4th, and 5th vote….Where does it END!

  11. Anonymous says:

    In 2022 every country in the EU will have to adopt the Euro, every country will have to adopt the free movement of people, every country will have to supply men for an EU army, & you lot want to stay in the EU.

  12. Bob says:

    Crying for a second referendum only makes people look like the SNP, another group that can not accept a result if it didn’t go their way

  13. Sylvia Callister says:

    Mrs May held a snap election to increase her majority!

  14. Zana says:

    Yes , it is the right thing to do, the leave campaign won on corruption, and lying to the people with false gifts and broken promises, Brexit is going to cause much pain, especially when they say they going to put the military in the streets, and the shortages of food and medicine. Why force people into this dystopia.,The removal of human rights and freedom of movement and general freedom is shocking and a nightmare. I am sure hope there is good out there that could turn back the tide. A united people of the planet is a thriving planet, a divided planet is a short time away from a dead planet.

  15. Des says:

    There must be some legal law that can stop a new vote after our Prime Minister at the time (Camaron) stated in his referendum speech that there would be no second vote and that the original vote would be final

  16. Alison says:

    Leave means Leave, not a people’s vote, not a general election.
    We knew what we were voting for but it seems the remainers just can’t get their heads around this?

  17. Andrew Davies says:

    23 June referendum = leave campaign lies, cheating, illegal funding with foreign money to undermine our democracy = null and void. New fair and honest referendum needed 😊.

  18. David Woodhouse says:

    Of course we should have a final say. Even if we ignore the proven electoral fraud and the misinformation in the 2016 referendum, it has already been implemented. Parliament listened, triggered Article 50, and set about negotiating our exit from the EU.

    Now in 2019 we have a choice of whether to keep going along that path, or not.

    Just because I put my house on the market, doesn’t mean I’m forced to sell it, three years later, after I’ve realised there’s no better option.

    The Brexiters are just desperate to avoid asking again, because they know that Brexit is no longer the will of the British people, in 2019. They bleat about “respecting democracy” but in fact they’re doing the precise opposite.

    In other circumstances, to proceed without ongoing informed consent with lead to a lengthy custodial sentence.

    But not, it seems, when it’s your country you’re screwing.

  19. ed duff says:

    I voted to leave and expected to be out of this corrupt union at least 2 years —-no payment—-no deals ——no nothing just out.

  20. David underwood says:

    Leave no deal

  21. Gary Stewart says:

    As a remain voter I will say this.
    This country is a democracy, I lost.
    I see in Parliament that democracy (which this country is ruled by) has lost its meaning.
    Maybe time for me to send my electorate voting card back as it seems it means nothing now in the .UK

  22. John says:

    We were specifically promised by the then PM,Mr Cameron, that this was a once in a lifetime decision- there would be no second referendum and no staying in the EU by the back door.
    This appalling campaign for a ref 2 is completely immoral and disgusting and beyond the pale yet many MPs support it

  23. Paulmulvey says:

    I am so sick of all this gov. Crap. It’s time we all UK people started sticking together. Just like other races do hay. Common leave means leave don it? do gooders won’t feel like don much of doing good.when they find out all they have don is shlt on them self’s as well as rest of use… EU. are laughing at all you MP ‘s what a shambles…

  24. robert fielder says:

    whats the point of a 2nd referendum? the precedent will have been set that it can be ignored

  25. Jean says:

    We had a referendum and leave won so it should be honered.

  26. Graham Ball says:

    How about we start the one we voted for in 2016 first eh?

  27. kevin says:

    The remain campaign lied consistently prior to the last referendum. Huge unemployment, Recession the day after referendum, we would all immediately be £4k a year worse of etc etc. I will definitely be voting Leave if their is a losers Vote

    • Russ Littler says:

      ..and the MSM, BBC, and Sky, are still lying even as of this morning. I saw yesterday, that they let Mr doom and gloom, Mark Carney out of his cage to instill yet more fear into the hearts of the electorate again…Yawn…yawn.

  28. Charles Farrell says:

    When I voted OUT, I didn’t want a ‘deal’ that keeps us bound up with the EU until a majority allow us to leave. May’s deal is not fit for purpose, so ‘NO DEAL’it must be. Sure, it might be shakey for a short while, but the sooner that the UK is free and can operate entrepreneurially once more, there will be lots of opportunities opening up, free from the EU’s bureaucratic strings. With the money that we have been paying the EU, we can fix our own broken services, army, border control and boot out those who have no right to be here. I’m happy for other Europeans to work here, when we have need of them, but I want to know exactly how many of them are here and the freedom to boot them out again if they transgress our laws, don’t pay their taxes etc. Freedom from the ECJ means that our our law courts will once again be free to deport the illegal migrants and foreigners wasting our own money sitting in the UK’s jails. We can revive our own industries which EU money has lured away and we can create a safe future for our kids free from the ‘progressive liberal’ nonsense that the EU has been trying to brainwash us with for years. This is our final opportunity to break away peacefully rather than to become the slaves of a EU Federal state.

  29. Jamie James says:

    NO deal, get out we will be fine, what happened to the adventurous side of the British people, The inventors the entrepreneurs, the courageous, the battlers against the odds, get up do it, stop hiding under a rock get out there and show the rest of the world how great we are. If the politicians won’t do it then the people should make their discontent visible by taking to the streets and forcing them to represent the people not their own interests. The people have spoken. Ignore us at your peril.

    • Rowland says:

      Well, the inventor (James Dyson) is moving to Singapore who signed a Free Trade agreement with the EU recently so will be able to trade with the EU more easily than from the UK (if we leave). The ‘entrepreneur’ (I use the term very loosely) Jacob Rees-Mogg is setting up in Dublin so as to remain within the EU. The ‘courageous’ Jim Ratcliffe, Britain’s richest man is courageously moving to Monaco. I would seriously advise you too to move your hedge fund business to Dublin and emigrate to Monaco. 1 million euros should get you started there.

      • EVie says:

        Only two dyson people are moving to Singapore. The 4,800 people employed by dyson are not losing their jobs. The university Sponsored by Dyson remains. Dyson’s realizes that the future for his electric cars is best served in Asia where the markets are growing. Once we leave the EU and get away from its protectionist tariffs the UK will be better off.

  30. Paul Newbon says:

    Leave means LEAVE! WTO exit is the best option! Leave our democracy alone!

  31. Pete Carter says:

    Anyone wanting to remain, just read the Lisbon Treaty. The EU of today is not the EU of tomorrow. It is becoming more draconian by the minute. If you want to lose the pound, lose our £120billion pa financial services sector, let your children be conscripted to the EU army, lose the UK rebate in 2022, and generally see this country asset stripped by Europe, by all means, vote remain. ( Yes, we have a current exemption from the euro, but that position is reviewed every 4 years)

  32. Lynn Buck says:

    Leave should mean leave! People talk about the leave fraud, what about the government who obviously didn’t expect the vote to go the way it did and have been left with egg on their faces? Then there’s the news we hear about students being able to register twice therefore able to vote twice? If that’s not a fraud I don’t know what is.

  33. philip hill says:

    We had a legal vote out means out a second referendum would be illegal and undemocratic.

  34. Colin Northridge MBE says:

    We voted to leave and leave we should, anything else is a betrayal of our democracy. We didn’t vote for a Deal we voted to Leave….! Why remoans want to to stay in a failing, corrupt EU is beyond belief, unless they are filling their pockets from the corrupt EU funds…!!

    • RONALD BROOME says:

      if the people tell the mp’s what they want then the mp’s job is to make sure that happens its a simple job i dont get what the problem is anyone who objects to the peoples vote ie the majority should be automatically chucked out of parliament as a traitor not fit to be there how does one person think they know better than 17.4 million

  35. Roddy Day says:

    We voted to leave and leave we should, anything else is a betrayal of our democracy.

  36. Christopher Barrs says:

    The remain side was, of course, completely honest in all it’s campaigning?? What about the big lie of a recession the day after we should vote leave? What about all the unemployment that would happen if we were to vote leave?? All bullsh*t. Cameron’s £9,000,000 spent on a leaflet for every household? That leaflet was full of crap. You are on the losing side Carol, grow up and get used to it.

  37. Deborah Speller-Hamilton says:

    1) Mays Deal
    2) “No Deal”
    These are the only questions I would like to see on the Referendum form!
    REMAIN does not belong on the form and if it is on the form its just the MP’s Calling the 17,410.742 million people that voted leave more unhappy and just prove that no matter what the UK People vote those 650 MP’s think they know best!

  38. Carol Milner says:

    The Leave Campaign and it’s co conspiritors lied to the British public about Brexit and broke election/referendum laws about promotional spending. After such subterfuge and trickery I can see no reason why a law abiding country would want to impliment such a fraudulent decision. The reason that Brexiters don’t want another referendum is because they realise their lies and subterfuge have been exposed and tthey know that the truth will prevail and their nefarious plot against the UK economy will be defeated.

    • Christopher Barrs says:

      The remain side was, of course, completely honest in all it’s campaigning?? What about the big lie of a recession the day after we should vote leave? What about all the unemployment that would happen if we were to vote leave?? All bullsh*t. Cameron’s £9,000,000 spent on a leaflet for every household that was full of crap. You are on the losing side Carol, grow up and get used to it.

      • Keith Beynon says:

        The BofE had to input 250,000,000,000 of QE to stop the post brexit recession, wake up and smell the coffee pal.

      • Katie B says:

        Actually, the pound’s value dropped immediately after the referendum result was announced, leading to the demise of my husband’s business (importing packaging products from the Continent). He and the other directors took voluntary redundancy (with no redundancy package) by Oct 2016 and the company finally went into administration last summer, resulting in the loss of another 35 jobs. Your job may not have been affected yet, but believe me many others have, just as was predicted by the Remain campaign. I don’t see evidence of lying, I’m afraid….

        • Mark Constable says:

          It did THEN it came back again it”s called “market fluctuations” happens EVERY day, NOT forgetting the pound WAS at 1.05 to the Euro about 15 years ago, but came back again, all the “”experts”” said it would be on par with the Euro by Xmas, “experts” ha! .

        • beermonsteruk says:

          And maybe your husband was a complete tosser to start with

      • Evan Samuels says:

        Remain hasn’t been to court for illegal spending, keep your ‘but they did it too’ comments for the playground.

        • Johnny says:

          Lib Dem’s and one of the fringe remain groups actually did go to court and were found guilty and fined in exactly the same way as vote leave. You’ll ignore that though because you’re against Brexit. Unreal.

        • Mark Constable says:

          So you think the remain side spending £3 million MORE then the leave side was FAIR …..VERY playground attitude,,, child.

        • Helen says:

          I shared something to do with this and a friend said it came out all Russian !

      • Mario says:

        I agree completely, both sides lied in the 2016 referendum, but two wrongs don’t make a right.
        That makes an even stronger argument for having a final say vote on whatever the final outcome will be.

        Besides, which Brexit was it what the country voted for in 2016?
        Was it the Withdrawal Agreement that the PM negotiated with the EU?
        Was it a hard Brexit on WTO terms?
        Or was it one of the Norway or Canada options that some MPs think can still be negotiated?

        They are very different Brexits, he government thinks what you voted for was the Withdrawal Agreement as that’s what they’re trying to get through parliament.
        Is that the same Brexit as was explained to you and you voted for in 2016?

    • Rowena Muldal says:

      I am rather gobsmacked to see so many feeding into the LIE of the Leave Fraud, when it is TRULY the REMAIN who have defrauded us … right from the beginning. What happened to This is a ONCE IN A LIFETIME VOTE, YOUR VOTE, and WE, THE GOVERNMENT WILL ABIDE BY WHAT YOU SAY. … After the Remoan side blew more than TRIPLE what was spent on Leave, to fear monger, canvas and LIE to the Public. Point, UNTIL WE HAVE LEFT, WE CANNOT PUT THE MONEY INTO THE BLOODY NHS! HOW are remoan people so stupid?

      • Steve says:

        The bus with fund our nhs was discredited BEFORE we voted. That is a weak argument

        • Mark Constable says:

          OH my god WE HAVEN”T left yet stupid ,, HOW can we fund the NHS on the 350 million when we are STILL IN the CORRUPT BULLYING EU.

      • Dave says:

        I don’t know where you get your information from but do not remember the government spending on the remain campaign do you not remember at least that going to every single household in Britain do you not remember that believers spent less than 10% over their budget which is what both sides are allowed do you not remember they remain spent 10 times that way outside the financial budget buffer both sides have live it is correct but the remainers whoppers by far outstrip what believers did are you actually saying that you think that 93% of the trade that is done in the world is a failure because that’s what’s done under wto rules I don’t understand where your information is coming from I’ve looked at this from both sides have to say after 2 years as seen how the EU and it relates and treats people especially Isis British I most definitely want to get as far away from that corrupt bunch of cash cows that’s possible

      • Eleanor Rylance says:

        The bill covering the referendum specified that it was non-binding, advisory only. The debates about that bill raised the question of whether it was binding, and worried MPs and peers were reassured at the time that it was *advisory* only. Otherwise a supermajority (ie 60% or more) would have been imposed on it.

        David Cameron *said* he would do what the vote said wrongly, as he had no mandate to do so. And he dpknew that, which is why buggered on day 1.

    • Jim Brown says:

      So the recent disclosures that the Remain sheep spent thousands of pounds on Facebook pushing out their “False “News” propaganda doesn’t count then…..???

    • Paul Newbon says:

      You have been listening to the MSM again haven’t you? Tsk tsk tsk! You know they cannot be trusted to tell it straight, go find the proof if you think they are correct, not conjecture, not finger pointing, not emotive claptrap like ‘there’s no smoke without fire’ or ‘he’s got business dealing with the Russians’, ‘Putin had influence’ etc etc, proof is what you need! And remember the BBC are sponsored by the EU for large amounts of cash yearly and other media companies are competing across the EU for contracts and lobbying!

      • PC says:

        Truth about EU funds for BBC activities – none relate to news or current affairs broadcasting. We all benefit from EU money put in to develop Freeview and DAB. From the BBC website:

        There are three areas that do not influence BBC editorial policy that benefit from EU money
        BBC Media Action

        BBC Media Action is independent from the BBC – it is an international development charity set up by the BBC. In 2014-15 it received 5% of its funding from the EU, which was £2.3m.

        Its biggest donor was the UK’s Department for International Development.
        Research and Development

        The BBC applies for grants to help fund its research into broadcasting technology that has contributed to developments such as Freeview and DAB digital radio.

        Last year it received a grant of €607,953 (£472,197).
        Independent Production Companies

        Some production companies (not in-house ones) apply for grants that may be part-funded by the EU, which provide incentives to make programmes in particular regions of the UK.

        This is particularly the case for drama productions – news, current affairs and factual programmes do not use such incentives.

        • Brenda CANTILLANO says:

          Absolutely not Leave would win massively, there would be chaos and delay to us leaving EU and we have nothing to gain with it, the problem is not a new Referendum it’s our useless self serving politically ego tripping Polititions who have turned us into a Ineptocracy and although they lead are now unable to do it with in fighting….The majority need to go and should never have been handling Brexit in the first place as Remainers this should have been forbidden by May who also is a Remainer, it’s obvious she could not get a clean deal with a Remainer team who have thrown dynamite into our Brexit tent and tried to destroy it ignoring the vote . The Queen should step in she didn’t say ENOUGH yesterday but any one who tries to destroy Our legitimate vote is a traiter and there aremany! This is my answer.

        • robert stevens says:

          Where does the money that the EU give to the BBC actually originate ….. Of course it comes from the UK for every tenner we give to the EU they manage to give us back a little more than a fiver ….How so very generous , still I don’t really mind paying for resurfacng in E Europe or even a nice handful or two for a by-pass in France what we do object to is non stop biased propaganda paid for with our own money

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    • Alan Ward says:

      What about the biggest lie of all.”The result of the referendum will stand no iffs no buts” even 1 vote either way we will carry out the wishes of the British people. Why hasn’t the wishes of the British people been carried out? So much for democracy. Of course you no longer believe in it.

    • tommy napier says:

      Lets settle an argument, the old fashioned and trusted way.Used to decide an outright winner for centuries by everyone. It has proven to be a fair way as the chances of winning or losing is 50/50. Do you want to toss the coin or do I? Okay lets get a 3rd party to do it…both agreee…Yeah..HEADS I choose HEADS I win…. we leave the EU….Hooray. Sorry NO we cant have the best of three as we already agreed on the rules first. Now bye bye don’t cry.

    • Richard Carter says:

      Realistically, their should never have been any Leave or Remain campaign because the only people who could actually say what would happen in either case were the government. However, the government, as usual, made a complete and utter mess of the whole situation. They should have a) taken a neutral stance – as they should do now, b) worked out everything BEFORE the referendum and c) been the only source of information leading up to the referendum. It is the government who lied to and deceived the voters, not anyone else. Having said this, the vote was cast, the vote was counted and found to be in favour of leaving the EU. Consequently, EVERYONE, and most of all the government, should and must abide by the decision. If they don’t, then democracy no longer exists. Additionally, if a second vote was allowed, it could set a precedent that could upset the entire electoral process. Would we then ask for a second vote if we weren’t happy with the result of a general election? Mind you, who in their right mind would vote for any of the existing political parties in the UK? They are all as bad as each other.

    • Lorraine says:

      Please put a sock in it. We’re sick of your bleating and balderdash ramblings….

    • Russ Littler says:

      Here’s what you should do then Carol. If you think the vote was “illegal” go seek the nearest lawyer and file a lawsuit, and let us see how “unlawful” the whole process was. BTW, did you forget about the £9 million David Cameron spent
      an “illegal” pamphlet drops to every UK household? That was tax-payers money he used to influence the vote. It should have been declared as ” campaign promotional funding” from the leave coffers.

    • Richard Gwilliam says:

      Utter garbage. The vote was taken, the majority gave their decision to leave. There was spin on both sides. Arrogance, complacency and a lack of understanding of the nation on the part of the remainers. You lost, this is a democracy, what if you lose again? Another vote? Move on respect to majority and crawl into your hole.

      • John N says:

        Arrogance and complacency and a lack of basic understanding are what got us a Leave majority alright, but it wasn’t the Remain voters who suffered from it. They’ll suffer from the result though, just like everyone without the money to buffer themselves from the effects or move abroad will.

        Get stuffed mate.

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    • sylvia Ciacciarelli says:

      Carole you are sadly misinformed the stay campaign did exactly the same spending well over the budget on info leaflets
      you have no idea at all whats going on

    • Gordon says:

      Carol, you forgot to mention remain campaign was fined as well.

      Wee slip of memory.

      Not too mention the continual lies of recession, unemployment, which the opposite has happened.

    • Anonymous says:

      JUST TO LET THE REMAINERS, know,exactly what the Disastrous Unelected EU has cost Britain in lost businesses over the last 43 Years.of membership.
      Cadbury moved factory to Poland 2011 with EU grant.
      Ford Transit moved to Turkey 2013 with EU grant.
      Jaguar Land Rover has recently agreed to build a new plant in Slovakia with EU grant, owned by Tata, the same company who have trashed our steel works and emptied the workers pension funds.

      Peugeot closed its Ryton (was Rootes Group) plant and moved production to Slovakia with EU grant.
      British Army’s new Ajax fighting vehicles to be built in SPAIN using SWEDISH steel at the request of the EU to support jobs in Spain with EU grant, rather than Wales.
      Dyson gone to Malaysia, with an EU loan.
      Crown Closures, Bournemouth (Was METAL BOX), gone to Poland with EU grant, once employed 1,200.

      M&S manufacturing gone to far east with EU loan.
      Hornby models gone. In fact all toys and models now gone from UK along with the patents all with with EU grants.
      Gillette gone to eastern Europe with EU grant.
      Texas Instruments Greenock gone to Germany with EU grant.
      Indesit at Bodelwyddan Wales gone with EU grant.
      Sekisui Alveo said production at its Merthyr Tydfil Industrial Parkafoam plant will relocate production to Roermond in the Netherlands, with EU funding.

      Hoover Merthyr factory moved out of UK to Czech Republic and the Far East by Italian company Candy with EU backing.
      ICI integration into Holland’s AkzoNobel with EU bank loan and within days of the merger, several factories in the UK, were closed, eliminating 3,500 jobs

      Boots sold to Italians Stefano Pessina who have based their HQ in Switzerland to avoid tax to the tune of £80 million a year, using an EU loan for the purchase.
      JDS Uniphase run by two Dutch men, bought up companies in the UK with £20 million in EU ‘regeneration’ grants, created a pollution nightmare and just closed it all down leaving 1,200 out of work and an environmental clean-up paid for by the UK tax-payer. They also raided the pension fund and drained it dry.

      UK airports are owned by a Spanish company.
      Scottish Power is owned by a Spanish company.
      EDF power is owned by a Spanish company.
      Plus, a German company owns another one of the Big 6.

      Most London buses are run by Spanish and German companies.
      The Hinkley Point C nuclear power station to be built by French company EDF, part owned by the French government, using cheap Chinese steel that has catastrophically failed in other nuclear installations. Now EDF say the costs will be double or more and it will be very late even if it does come online.

      Swindon was once our producer of rail locomotives and rolling stock. Not any more, it’s Bombardier in Derby and due to their losses in the aviation market, that could see the end of the British railways manufacturing altogether even though Bombardier had EU grants to keep Derby going which they diverted to their loss-making aviation side in Canada.
      39% of British invention patents have been passed to foreign companies, many of them in the EU

      The Mini cars that Cameron stood in front of as an example of British engineering, are built by BMW mostly in Holland and Austria. His campaign bus was made in Germany even though we have Plaxton, Optare, Bluebird, Dennis etc., in the UK. The bicycle for the Greens was made in the far east, not by Raleigh UK but then they are probably going to move to the Netherlands too as they have said recently.

      Anyone who thinks the EU is good for British industry or any other business simply hasn’t paid attention to what has been systematically asset-stripped from the UK. Name me one major technology company still running in the UK.
      I haven’t detailed our non-existent fishing industry the EU paid to destroy, nor the farmers being paid NOT to produce food they could sell for more than they get paid to do nothing, don’t even go there.

      I haven’t mentioned what it costs us to be asset-stripped like this, nor have I mentioned immigration, nor the risk to our security if control of our armed forces is passed to Brussels or Germany.

      Find something that’s gone the other way,moved from an EU Country to here, I’ve looked and searched and I just can’t find any business relocating from an EU Country to here.

    • Andrew Hancox says:

      And what about Osbourne threatening to punish us with a hard budget ??? Total load of bollocks remainers said the sky would fall in the world would end well guess what lady the people of this country are not as stupid as you and most politicians think in fact i’d say the people are waking up and waking up fast !!!

    • Kathleen Crook says:

      We voted leave why should we vote again

    • B K Williams says:

      So it was ok for 3 foreign banks to bankroll the remain campaign. Goldman Sachs, CitiBank, and JP Morgan Chase bankrolled remain. And George Soros is bankrolling the over riding of the referendum. So thats ok then is it.

    • Fidelma says:

      We are part of the greatest trading block in the world and we are turning our back on it. It is turning down a billion pound contract with our nearest neighbours for a few beans to plant in our back garden.

    • Lvc says:

      Leave means leave

    • Lisa says:

      You woman, are deluded.! We never lied about anything, it’s you Remainers who want to throw our country away to dictators who we fought 2 world wars against to keep our Freedom and Country. You obviously know nothing about that or you would not be so keen to want to stay in their clutches. Wake up.!

      • Alan says:

        Lisa people fought the War to ensure freedom and peace for the whole of Europe. The war started when Nazi Germany invaded Poland and France and Britain stood up for the people of Poland. But we are not at war with the EU and suggesting such is disrespectful to the those who fought and those who died for peace in Europe and Asia. Trying to be jingoistic about Europe is madness, when we brexit, and this country will, we will have to deal with EU on their terms not ours. Brexit is madness nothing brexiteers can say will change that fact.

    • Nicola Williams says:

      I’m sick of the government treating the general public like idiots, the Brexit vote was not democratic it wasn’t even legal, from the Russian interference, the campaigns and the government withholding vital information to Farage feeding information to fund managers the whole thing stunk of corruption and is now just being ignored. If there is a greater reality perhaps whereby the country needs to prepare to be self supporting then again this should be an open discussion in parliament.

    • mike Harvey-rice says:

      David Cameron spent £9000000 mail shot to every household in the UK, that broke referendum laws and it failed to stop people voting out. you lost. Live with it. Total cost of the vote over £121 million, no need to spend that again.

    • Liz Jarman says:

      Be careful what you wish for! IF there is another referendum Leave will win by a mile. The lying and misinformation spewed out by remain is totally unbelievable! Trade will continue, travel will continue, friendships with our European friends will continue so for goodness sake stop all this hysteria please.

    • admin says:

      1: our adress is PUBLIC on the website, as we are a international start up incorporated in Republic of Moldova as investing in vulnerable democracies make sense for us. Figure that, agents of Mr Putin would not publish on their website an address in eastern Europe, would they?
      2: for a pro EU/tolerance etc person you are so narrow minded to suggest that living or having a company in Moldova makes you a Russian spy. Is offending and is discriminatory.
      3. For you knowledge, Republic of Moldova is Romanian speaking country, and the elected government is pro European/USA.
      4. You have a french IP and clearly no British native writing skills. But you re welcome to debate as long as you come with arguments not stupid, repeated slandering comments.

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